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1. 2. Anxiety (n)

1.1. a worried feeling you have because you think something bad might happen

1.1.1. EX: There was increasing anxiety over the outcome of the talks.

1.2. something that you are worried about

1.2.1. EX: We try not to communicate our anxieties to the children.


1.3.1. • Anxious (adj) EX: People are naturally anxious about these tests.

1.3.2. • Anxiously (adv) EX: He watched anxiously as she dialed the number.

2. 7. Care (v)

2.1. effort and attention

2.1.1. EX: I can see that a lot of care has gone into your work.

2.2. the activity, skill, or profession of looking after someone who needs help or protection

2.2.1. EX: Some of the injured were in need of hospital care.


2.3.1. • Care (n) EX: I wish I had someone who cared.

2.3.2. • Careful (adj) EX: Teachers have to be careful when criticizing pupils

2.3.3. • Careless (adj) EX: Try not to be so careless next time!

3. 1. Acupuncture (n)

3.1. a medical treatment from China that involves putting special needles into particular parts of the body.

3.1.1. EX: Acupuncture can heal internal wounds in a short period of time


3.2.1. • Acupuncturist (n) EX: Mr. Lee is the most famous acupuncturist in this town

4. 3. Article (n)

4.1. a piece of writing about a particular subject that is published in a newspaper or magazine

4.1.1. EX: He has written several articles for The Times.

4.2. an object, usually one of a group of similar objects

4.2.1. Ex: The shop sells small household articles.


4.3.1. • Articulate (adj) EX: It gives an articulate description of the drug’s effect.

4.3.2. • Articulator (adv) EX: An obstruction is necessarily formed when two articulators come close together.

4.3.3. • Articulation (n) EX: Here is a clear articulation of our aims.

4.3.4. • Articulate (v) EX: It’s difficult to articulate what I felt then.

5. 4. Attribute (v):

5.1. [attribute something to someone/something] to think of someone or something as having a particular quality or feature

5.1.1. EX: People are attributing qualities to me that I just don’t have.

5.2. [attribute something to someone/something] to believe that something is the result of a particular situation, event, or person’s actions

5.2.1. EX: Her teachers attributed her learning difficulties to emotional problems

5.3. [attribute something to someone] to believe or say that something was written, said, painted etc by a particular person

5.3.1. Ex: Marcello’s work was at first attributed to his brother Benedetto.


5.4.1. • Attribution (n) EX: The electorate was disillusioned with his immediate attribution of the bombings to a separatist group

5.4.2. • Attributive (n) EX: When it is used as an attributive adjective, you write 'long-distance' with a hyphen.

5.4.3. • Attributable (n) EX: illnesses attributable to cigarette smoking

6. 5. Body (n)

6.1. the whole physical structure of a person or animal, including the head, arms, and legs

6.1.1. EX: My whole body ached.

6.2. a group of people who are connected in some way, often because they are involved in the same activity

6.2.1. EX: There is a large body of people who would use public transport if fares were cut


6.3.1. • Bodily (n) EX: The victim suffered serious bodily injury.

7. 6. Boost (n)

7.1. to help something to increase, improve, or become more successful

7.1.1. EX: Their share price climbed again today, boosted by rising sales.

7.2. to make someone feel more positive or more confident

7.2.1. EX: The change of management has boosted morale throughout the company.


7.3.1. • Booster (n) EX: Fruit is an excellent health booster.

7.3.2. • Boost (n) EX: The festival has been a major boost for the local economy

8. 8. Development (n)

8.1. change, growth, or improvement over a period of time

8.1.1. EX: We encourage our staff in their development of new skills.

8.2. the process of creating a new product or method

8.2.1. EX: His work is mainly in software development.


8.3.1. • Develop (v) EX: All children develop at different rates.

8.3.2. • Developed (adj) EX: We spend less on health care than most other developed nations.

9. 9. Dietary (n)

9.1. related to the foods that someone eats

9.1.1. EX: You’ll have to change your dietary habits.


9.2.1. • Diet (n) EX: Poor diet can affect the unborn baby.

9.2.2. • Dietetics (n) EX: I’ll take the dietetics course this year.

10. 10. Exercise (n)

10.1. physical activity done in order to stay healthy and make your body stronger

10.1.1. EX: I get plenty of exercise being an aerobics instructor.

10.2. an activity or set of activities that you do in order to learn how to do something

10.2.1. EX: Have you done your piano exercises yet?


10.3.1. • Exercise (v) EX: Do you eat properly and exercise regularly?

11. 12. Function (n)

11.1. the job that something is designed to do

11.1.1. EX: The function of advertising is to create a unique image for your company.

11.2. the purpose of a computer program or piece of computer equipment

11.2.1. EX: I need a computer with accounting functions for my new job


11.3.1. • Functional (adj) EX: The new hospital isn’t fully functional as yet but should be very soon.

11.3.2. • Functionalism (n) EX: Functionalism doesn’t accept things that have no purpose at all.

11.3.3. • Functionalist (n) EX: A functionalist like him wouldn’t like this fancy chandelier

11.3.4. • Functionality (n) EX: The cameras are comparable in price and functionality.

12. 11. Expectancy (n)

12.1. a feeling that something good or exciting is soon going to happen

12.1.1. EX: There was an air of expectancy as the celebrities began arriving.


12.2.1. • Expectacious (adj) EX: I'm expectacious of a good result with this one

13. 13. Healthy (adj)

13.1. physically strong and not ill

13.1.1. EX: I try to keep as healthy as possible.

13.2. working well and likely to continue to be successful

13.2.1. EX: The country still has a healthy rural economy.


13.3.1. • Health (n) EX: His health improved once he stopped working.

13.3.2. • Unhealthy (adj) EX: Everyone knows smoking is unhealthy.

13.3.3. • Heal (v) EX: The wound took a long time to heal.

14. 14. Immune (adj)

14.1. not influenced or affected by something

14.1.1. EX: Few women were immune to his charm.

14.2. safe from a disease, because you cannot be infected by it

14.2.1. EX: a rare immune disorder


14.3.1. • Immunize (v) EX: Most babies are immunized against measles and mumps.

14.3.2. • Immunity (n) EX: It is possible to develop an immunity to many illnesses.

14.3.3. • Immunology (n) EX: She chose immunology instead of psychology

15. 15. Immune system (n)

15.1. the system in your body that protects you against diseases

15.1.1. EX: He has a really weak immune system so special cares would be needed

16. 16. Infection (n)

16.1. the process of becoming infected with a disease

16.1.1. EX: Breast milk can help protect babies against infection.


16.2.1. • Infect (v) EX: Terrorists had threatened to infect the water supply with a deadly virus.

16.2.2. • Infected (adj) EX: People were continuing to drink infected water.

16.2.3. • Infectious (adj) EX: The common cold is highly infectious.

17. 17. Life (n)

17.1. your particular way of living and the experiences that you have

17.1.1. EX: It was an event that would change his life forever.

17.2. the period of time from someone’s birth until their death

17.2.1. EX: She devoted her life to helping others.

17.3. the amount of activity or excitement in a place

17.3.1. EX: There’s not much life in this village.


17.4.1. • Live (v) EX: She’s not expected to live long

17.4.2. • Lifeless (adj) EX: you look so lifeless. Are you OK?

17.4.3. • Lifespan (n) EX: The natural lifespan of a pig is 10–12 years.

17.4.4. • Lifesaver (n) EX: I was almost drown right there. you’re such a lifesaver!

18. 18. Life expectancy (n)

18.1. the length of time that someone is likely to live

18.1.1. EX: Japanese has the longest life expectancy which is 81 years

18.2. the length of time that something lasts or remains useful

18.2.1. EX: A goo coffee machine can have a life expectancy up to 10 years

19. 19. Longevity (n)

19.1. the fact of having a long life or existence

19.1.1. EX: a diet that promotes health and longevity

20. 20. Medicine (n)

20.1. a substance that you take to treat an illness, especially a liquid that you drink

20.1.1. EX: You have to take the medicine three times a day.

20.2. the study and practice of treating or preventing illnesses and injuries

20.2.1. EX: He went on to study medicine at Edinburgh University.


20.3.1. • Long (adj) EX: It had been a long week.

20.3.2. • Length (n) EX: This beautiful bird is small, with a total length of about three inches.

20.3.3. • Lengthen (v) EX: We’re going to lengthen our stay next year.

20.3.4. • Prolong (v) EX: The ongoing violence has prolonged the suffering of our people.

21. 21. Meditation (n)

21.1. quiet thought that helps you to relax or that is intended as a spiritual or religious exercise

21.1.1. EX: Meditation helps me a lot whenever I feel nervous.

21.2. thought that takes all your attention for a long time

21.2.1. EX: His mind had been elsewhere, lost in meditation.


21.3.1. • Meditate (v) EX: Please quiet! I’m trying to meditate.

21.3.2. • Meditative (adj) EX: She is performing a kind of meditative martial arts.

22. 22. Method (n)

22.1. a way of doing something, especially a planned or established way

22.1.1. EX: It was a handmade rug produced by traditional methods.


22.2.1. • Methodical (adj) EX: The police conducted a methodical search of the area.

22.2.2. • Methodology (n) EX: This is a good methodology for investigating the concept of focal points.

23. 23. Natural (adj)

23.1. Existing in nature and not produced or caused by people

23.1.1. EX: This cloth is made from natural fibres.

23.2. reasonable or expected in a particular situation

23.2.1. EX: His anger was an entirely natural reaction.


23.3.1. • Nature (n) EX: Barone’s interest was in nature, wildlife, and birds.

24. 24. Nutrition (n)

24.1. food considered as something that keeps you healthy

24.1.1. EX: Some food that are delicious but contain nery poor nutrition

24.2. the science of food and its effect on health and growth

24.2.1. EX: Learning nutrition help me keep my body fit and healthy


24.3.1. • Nutritional/Nutritive (adj) EX: The poor nutritional value of fast foods is the cause of many illnesses.

24.3.2. •Nutritionist (n) EX: Khoa is a nutritionist so he knows everything for your health

24.3.3. • Nutrient (n) EX: Fruits contain a lot of vital nutrients.

24.3.4. • Nutritious (adj) EX: That was the most nutritious meal I was ever served.

25. 25. Obesity (n)

25.1. a condition in which someone is too fat in a way that is dangerous for their health

25.1.1. EX: People with obesity are likely to suffer diabetes


25.2.1. • Obese (adj) EX: You will be obese eating everything like that.

25.2.2. • Obesive (adj EX: Fast foods such as hamburgers, fish and chips, and sugary drinks can be obesive if taken regularly or in large quantities.